They say you can’t love anyone until you learn to love yourself. But do you love yourself enough to get to the bottom of all your health issues?
If you’re having a tough time emotionally, it’s always a good idea to chat with a pro. A trained therapist will be able to listen, offer unbiased insights and help you solve your problem by getting to the bottom of it. Unsurprisingly, this is also the best way to deal with your physical health.
If you’re experiencing a host of symptoms but brush them off because you can live with them - or get rid of them using over the counter drugs - you’re not doing yourself any favours. You need to love yourself enough by making your health a top priority and invest in getting to the root cause of the problem. If not, you’re just putting a plaster on the superficial while the real hazard goes unchecked.
If left undiagnosed, this could create a domino effect of other conditions while any worsening or additional symptoms remain masked, often to the point where the primary condition becomes a lot more difficult to treat. The colon polyp that could’ve been easily removed has now morphed into a potentially deadly cancer that requires chemotherapy. The type 2 diabetes that could’ve been managed with diet and exercise now means having to undergo insulin therapy.